No matter what we do to the DNA of a fruit fly embryo, there are only three possible outcomes: a normal fruit fly, a defective fruit fly, or a dead fruit fly.
At most, the story shows a change in the proportions of two varieties of the same species.
Watch an acrobat performing on the parallel bars. Or a baseball player pitching a fastball. Or an athlete swimming the butterfly.
Fom the standpoint of empirical science, continued claims that the evidence for evolution is “incontrovertible” might be better termed one long bluff.
Swedish scientist Arne Müntzing used two plant species to make a hybrid that underwent chromosome doubling to produce hempnettle, a member of the mint family.